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Sport Twitter reacts to Harper's broken bat home run

04:30  17 april  2018
04:30  17 april  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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He got Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper to break his bat . Unfortunately for deGrom, it didn’t matter. Harper still hit the ball out. #MLB #Nationals Bryce Harper just hit a broken bat home run !#FantasyBaseball pic. twitter .com/FZH8YHDfM1.

He got Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper to break his bat . The home run traveled a whopping 406 feet over the right-center fence, giving Harper his eighth home run of the young season.

Daniel Norris wearing a uniform and helmet holding a baseball bat© Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom did his job in the first inning of Monday’s game. He got Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper to break his bat. Unfortunately for deGrom, it didn’t matter. Harper still hit the ball out.

These are just some of the reactions to the phenomenal swing by baseball’s home run leader.

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